Twin Cities Business Magazine: Native Entrepreneurs take on the future with new approaches to old ways Native people have always been barterers, makers, and community builders. These innovators are taking these innovations to new heights. Alongside innovators like Sioux Chef Sean Sherman and fellow Fond du Lac entrepeneur Round Lake Traditions we continue to adapt and grow Read the article
Jaida Grey Eagle's Photo of Heart Berry's CEO Howes has been selected alongside many incredible images from 2020 as one of it's "Photos of the Year" See the gallery Read the original article
"Being at the heart of connection." Howes describes how cultural art, Ojibwe design, and running a business builds community in this interview with Jaida Grey Eagle from Minnesota Public Radio. Howes was named an Indigenous Changemakers as part of Minnesota Public Radio's series alongside Lieutenant Peggy Flanagan, Author Brenda Child, and a host of incredible Indigenous Minnesotans. Read the MPR feature here:
Heart Berry zoomed it up with Chez Oxendine from Tribal Business News to share about our business model, open up about her mentorship with Louie and Gong and the Inspired Natives Project, and doing tribal business during the Covid-10 Pandemic. Read the interview here:
The Minnesota Indigenous Business Alliance new Winter Solstice Art Catalogue is available now! MNIBA supports artists and entrepeneurs across our region on their business capacity. When we shop small, local, and Native it supports families, communities, and builds our region. Fun facts: Heart Berry made their art for the Buy Native Campaign! Miigwech (thank you) for supporting Inspired Natives, not Native Inspired!